siliconized

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siliconized

(ˈsɪlɪkəˌnaɪzd) or

siliconised

adj
(Elements & Compounds) coated, treated, or combined with silicon
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The HydroTex AWT siliconised polyester provides a high tear strength and great stability when pitched.
Capacity: 06 kg filled with siliconised mono ammonium phosphate (90%) (map- 90) ul listed dry chemical powder suitable for class a,b,c fire.
Comparison of the structure and properties of conventional and siliconised alginates.
The lightweight and durable Rig 7 is made from siliconised Cordura and takes up little room in a kayak.
Siliconpak is the UK's leading producer of high quality siliconised packaging suitable for many applications that require release properties, such as adhesives, waxes, oils and tapes, as well as a variety of baking papers for food applications.
Johan Lievens, quality assurance manager at Reynders, states that recycling is a growing business priority and the new arrangement offers significant benefits: "We know where the material is being processed and Smurfit Kappa certifies that all our paper waste--including the siliconised paper liner--is recycled into the production of new corrugated board.
V-visible) shimadzu Japan analytical balance (sortorius) centrifuge model H-200 Kokusan Ensik Japan pH meter model Nov 210 (Nove scientific co ltd Korea) Magnetic stirrer Oven Memmert model-U30 Schwaback of Germany Hot plate 400 Japan Micropipettes of various capacities including 100 l 200 l 500 l and 1000 l (Socorex Swiss Finland) Siliconised test tubes Eppendolf's tubes plastic-101 Disposable rubber gloves otsuka Japan Disposalbe pyrogen-free syringes otsuka Japan.
Through the Avery Dennison paper liner recycling programme, Reynders offers a collection system to its end users, picking up their siliconised paper liner waste and combining it with other paper and corrugated board waste streams.
Blood samples collected in siliconised glass tube [17] and plasma was immediately separated out by centrifugation at 3000 rpm for 15 min to yield platelet poor plasma by Humax 14 K (Germany).
Modifications of his original design are still in use on labour wards today," Eustace says, but new materials (plastics and siliconised rubber) have radically improved the apparatus and, at least in the UK, it is now used more commonly than forceps.